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Jeffers Petroglyphs

27160 County Road 2

Jeffers Petroglyphs is a living sacred site that has been used by various cultural groups for thousands of years. Today many of the people whose ancestors are known to have lived in this area - the Ioway, Cheyenne and Dakota peoples - come to pray here. Visitors to the site find a story of North American peoples that cannot be told anywhere else in an authentic, meaningful and effective manner. 


Anna Eilers

Monday, May 28, 2018
It was such an amazing time I had there. Drove 2 hours specifically to go see this. Loved hearing about the people who all wandered through here before us. It's was truly amazing. I suggest people go at dawn or dusk to really see the amazing carvings.

Lee Wright

Thursday, June 14, 2018
Knowledgeable staff. Cool history. Nice hike too. Clean.

Heather Hegi

Wednesday, May 23, 2018
A unique site to see. Visitor center has limited hours. We visited while it was closed and was able to walk the trails out to the petroglyphs. Most petroglyphs are faint to see, for best viewing, visit near dawn and dusk.

alma jorgenson

Thursday, May 17, 2018
It was wonderful! Great staff! Make sure you go at dawn or dusk! Do not go at noon.

Billie Freeman

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Go on a field trip with my kids for native American connections class and I love looking at the different petroglyphs.

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